Talk:Hard On for Love

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To Whoever Controls The Mansonwiki Youtube Account[edit]

Here is a download link to get an MP3 of "Hard On For Love": I think it'd be smart to upload it to the Mansonwiki youtube account so that we can then link it to the song's page. No other video on youtube (or any other streaming site for that matter) seems to have it.--Lagozzino 23:13, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

  • Thank you we will upload it soon [god]speed 23:49, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

Regarding the spelling of the title[edit]

The MySpace lists it with all the words capitalized so that should be considered official spelling. Also, while "hard on" is two words, its really just one term (its usually hyphenated but in this case its not for some reason.), so it just looks silly for only half of it to be capitalized.

I was under the assumption that every word was capitalized in titles with the exception of words such as (of the etc)

By the way just uploaded the video to youtube it is processing [1]
[god]speed 00:16, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

  • uploading another version of the video that isn't so bland. By the way someone should go through and add all the remixes by bon harris in the see also section of this page. I will tweet this page once i get the new video up et al. [god]speed 01:12, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

Grammar Nazi's[edit]

Capitalization in titles

Always capitalize the first and the last word. Capitalize all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and subordinate conjunctions ("as", "because", "although"). Lowercase all articles, coordinate conjunctions ("and", "or", "nor"), and prepositions regardless of length, when they are other than the first or last word. (Note: NIVA prefers to capitalize prepositions of five characters or more ("after", "among", "between").) Lowercase the "to" in an infinitive.

Two-Letter Words
Some writers lowercase all two-letter words, probably by extrapolation from the short prepositions "of", "to", "up", and so on, and the word "to" in infinitives. But if a two-letter word is acting as a noun, pronoun, adjective, or adverb, it must be capitalized.
For example:

Go Tell it on the Mountain
(wrong; "it" is a pronoun and should be capitalized)

When is a Spade a Spade?
(wrong; "is" is a verb and should be capitalized)

Multipurpose Words
Some writers lowercase words that can function as prepositions when those words are currently functioning in other capacities. For example:

The Man in the Moon Owns a Yellow Balloon
(correct; "in" is functioning as a preposition and should be lowercased)

Bringing in the Sheaves
(wrong; "in" is functioning as an adverb and should be capitalized)

[god]speed 08:36, 2 May 2010

Grammar Nazi's 2[edit]

Sorry, I'm not a native English speaker and sometimes it's hard to get the correct capitalization of the titles, so I can't pick a single one:

  • Hard On for Love
  • Hard on for Love

Which one is correct here?(scarshock (talk) 14:49, 22 October 2012 (CEST))

I'm not sure: "Hard On for Love" but (Heaven on the Brain)? (scarshock (talk) 17:13, 22 October 2012 (CEST))